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Case Smooth Antique Bone Mini Trapper, Half-Whittler, Mini Toothpick

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Item #: CS-58188


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  • Item #: CS-58188 $66.95
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  • Item #: CS-58189 $63.95

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As a late addition to their 2015 product line, Case introduced a Smooth Antique Bone family of folders. These knives are about as traditional as they get. The richness and depth of the smooth antique bone handle scales will call to mind the pocketknives you may have seen your father or grandfather use. Each knife features brass liners, nickel silver fluted bolsters and a nickel silver Case "bomb" shield. All blades are Case's own Tru-Sharp stainless at 54-57 Rc. We chose three models to include in an A. G. Russell™ 2015 Christmas catalog and added the other models from this "family" on our website. Many of you may have not had the opportunity to see those that were not in the catalog so we are including three more models in this catalog. All are made in the U.S.A.

Option A

Case Smooth Antique Bone Mini Trapper

Measures 3-1/2" closed with a 2-3/4" clip point and a 2-3/4" spey blade. Slip joint. Weighs 2.5 oz. Suggested retail is $95.90.

Item #: CS-58188 $66.95
Temporarily Unavailable

Option B

Case Smooth Antique Bone Half Whittler

Measures 3-1/4" closed with a 2-1/4" clip point and a 1-1/2" pen blade. Slip joint. Weighs 1.5 oz. Suggested retail is $84.90.

Item #: CS-58189 $63.95

Option A

Case Smooth Antique Bone Mini Trapper

  • Type
  • Blade
    Clip - Spey
  • Blade Length
    2-3/4" - 2-3/4"
  • Blade Steel
  • Rockwell
  • Lock
    Slip Joint
  • Bolsters
    Nickel Silver
  • Liners
  • Handle
    Smooth Bone
  • Closed Length
  • Weight
    2.5 oz.
  • Origin

Option B

Case Smooth Antique Bone Half Whittler

  • Blade
    Clip - Pen
  • Blade Length
    2-1/4" - 1-1/2"
  • Closed Length

Case Knives

Finally, the W. R. Case Knife Company seems to be in good hands. The family that has guided the Zippo lighter company through so many successful years has begun to make a difference at their knife company. They have called back from retirement, skilled craftsmen who are teaching the current crop of cutlers. These new Case knives look more like those of the 1950's rather than those of the 1970's and 1980's.